However, the two groups were different in terms of ROM (except for right/left neck rotation and left lateral flexion), TSK, BDI, and SF-36 (except for mental health subcategory), in all of which the TPMM group had greater improvements (Table 3).
It was also found that there was greater improvement in joint ROM (except for right/left rotation and left lateral flexion), kinesiophobia, depression, and QoL (excluding mental health) in the TPMM group compared to the other group.
However, this increase was found to be greater in the TPMM group except for neck rotation and left lateral flexion.
This decrease was more pronounced in the TPMM group.
The majority of solvent (~73%) can be removed by twisting to 4 TPmm. Further increase in TPmm does not significantly increase solvent removal; however, excessive deformation of the gel fiber occurs at higher TPmm leading to instability of the process, and reduced tensile properties in the final hot drawn fiber.
The helix-like features are most visible on the 4 and 8 TPmm fibers, and the distance between repeating features in both fibers is consistent with the amount of twist applied during the mechanical spin-solvent removal process.
The peak melting temperature of the gel fiber increases from about 123[degrees]C in the un-twisted fiber to about 130[degrees]C for the fiber with 4 TPmm. The increase in melting temperature likely results from the increased polyethylene concentration in gel after removing a portion of the spin solvent.
(46.) Marshall's TPMM adopts a more traditional structure.
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The prediction agrees with the general trend of the experimental results, but the model under-predicts the solvent removal at TPmm = 0 and overpredicts at large TPmm.
Compared to solvent evaporation represented by TPmm = 0 in Fig.
The samples were prepared by first applying the desired amount of twisting (TPmm 0-4) and then air drying the samples at fixed length for 24 h so that residual solvent content was virtually zero for all samples.